Boondock Saints, The

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The Boondock Saints
TheBoondockSaintsCover.jpg
Country USA.jpg United States
Directed by Troy Duffy
Release Date 1999
Studio Fried Films
Franchise Pictures
Distributor Hollywood Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Connor McManus Sean Patrick Flanery
Murphy McManus Norman Reedus
Paul Smecker Willem Dafoe
Rocco "The Funny Man" David Della Rocco
Noah McManus Billy Connolly



The following weapons were used in the film The Boondock Saints:

Contents


Handguns

Beretta 92FS

Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy (Norman Reedus) McManus use pairs of suppressed Beretta 92FS pistols when dispatching various criminals in the film. They also give Rocco (David Della Rocco) a pair of Berettas when they recruit him to their team.

Beretta 92FS - 9mm.
Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) takes a pair of suppressed Beretta 92FS pistols from of a rack in the weapons dealer's armory.
Connor and Murphy fall through the air ducts and hang upside down. They then manage to accurately dispatch eight of the men in the room with their Berettas.
"And shepherds we shall be, for Thee, my Lord, for Thee. Power hath descended forth from Thy hand, that our feet may swiftly carry out Thy command. So we shall flow a river forth to Thee, and teeming with souls shall it ever be."
"In nomine Patri, et Fili, Spiritus Sancti." (In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.)
Murphy drunkenly re-enacts how they hung from the vents.
Roc slams his hands down on the table which somehow causes one of the Berettas to go off and kill his girlfriend's cat.
Roc holding a Beretta on a stripper in the Sin Bin.
The brothers kill a man in the private booth with a barrage from their Berettas.
The brothers give their Berettas to Roc who uses them to kill the other two criminals in private booths.
Rocco (David Della Rocco) holds a pair of suppressed Berettas.
Il Duce with two suppressed Berettas.
The brothers prepare to execute Papa Joe Yakavetta (Carlo Rota).
Close up of the Beretta in Connor's hand. The tattoo on his hand is Latin for "Truth".
Close up of the Beretta in Murphy's hand. The tattoo on his hand is Latin for "Justice" or "Equity".

Taurus PT92

Due to a continuity error, the MacManus brothers' Beretta 92FS pistols become Brazilian-made Taurus PT92s in several scenes. They are distinguished by their frame mounted slide stop safety instead of the slide mounted decocking safety found on the Beretta.

Taurus PT92AF (blued) - 9mm.
Connor holding his suppressed PT92 on Rocco, which switches back and forth from a Beretta 92FS.
Rocco is seen using two PT92s as he kills the men during the poker game. In this scene, Agent Smecker sums up the scene to his colleagues, but is not actually there, this is just a story telling technique.
Rocco drops to his knees and kills the thugs under the pool table.
Rocco shoots the assassin in the gut with a PT92, which isn't actually loaded with blanks.
Connor draws his Taurus PT92 when facing Il Duce (again, it switches back and forth with a Beretta).

The assassin (Markus Parilo) also uses a pair of stainless sound suppressed PT92s to kill the family in the flashback as Rocco explains why they should kill him. Il Duce (Billy Connolly) also uses a stainless PT92 when facing off with the brothers and Rocco outside the house.

Taurus PT92 (stainless) - 9mm.
A stainless Taurus PT92 is seen in the gun dealer's armory.
The assassin with his Taurus PT92s.
The assassin clears the house "like he's ordering a fuckin' pizza."
Il Duce armed with an Taurus PT92, Para Ordnance P-14, Smith & Wesson Model 629, Smith & Wesson Model 686, Smith & Wesson 5906, and a Para Ordnance P-10.
Il Duce draws a Taurus PT92 and a Para-Ordnance P-14.
Il Duce wielding a Taurus PT92 in his left hand.

Colt Python

Rocco (David Della Rocco) carries a snub nosed Colt Python with a stainless finish and most notably uses it to kill the three men in the diner. Some people are inclined to believe Rocco uses a Colt Diamondback instead of a Python because Det. Greenley (Bob Marley) claims they recovered .38 slugs at the crime scene. One should note that a .357 Magnum and a .38 Special round are dimensionally exact in diameter (but not length), so the bullet head would be .357 regardless of which round was used.

Nickel plated Colt Python with 2.5 inch barrel - .357 magnum
Connor and Murphy mess with Rocco by making him think they are going to kill him. They then pull out his Colt Python snub.
(Connor):"Jeez, it's a fuckin' six-shooter!" (Murphy):"There's nine bodies, genius." (Connor):"What the fuck were you gonna do, laugh the last three to death, FUNNY MAN?!"
Rocco tells his girlfriend he will kill himself right there and then if she can even recall the name of her recently deceased cat. Or even its color.
"Shut your fat ass, Rayvie! I can't buy a pack of smokes without running into nine guys you fucked!"
Rocco kills a mobster in the diner by firing his Colt Python through his jacket.
Rocco shoots the other mobster and we see the full effect of a .357 round. If you look close, you see he fires the gun early as he swings it at him, likely done to fire blanks safely at close range.
"FUNNY, FUNNY, FUNNY!" Rocco kills the diner clerk for not telling him he was set up.
Rocco holds his Colt Python on the priest in the confession booth as he listens to the confessions of Agent Smecker.

Papa Joe Yakavetta (Carlo Rota) also uses a Colt Python, his with a blued finish and a 6" barrel later in the film. Some people claim it is a Colt Anaconda due to its seemingly large size, yet the Anaconda was never released in blue finish, only stainless steel.

Colt Python 6" - .357 Magnum.
Yakavetta loads up his Colt Python.
Yakavetta swings the cylinder shut on his Colt Python.

Desert Eagle

Ivan Checkov (Scott Griffith) and his partner both carry custom Desert Eagles, his a Mark VII and his partner's a Mark XIX. They appear to be built up from both Chrome and Black finish models, with some features gold plated. Agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) refers to the bullets found at the scene as being ".50 caliber", yet the guns used are actually .44 Magnum.

Desert Eagle MK VII - .357 Magnum w/ nickel finish.
Ivan holds his Mark VII Desert Eagle on Connor, his with a chrome slide, a black barrel and frame, and a gold plated safety.
Here, the bore appears to be a .44 and under the barrel is a gold plated symbol of the Communist Party, the hammer and sickle.
"I hope your conscience is clear, Irishman!" Ivan holds his Desert Eagle on Murphy before Connor drops a toilet on him from the roof.
Murphy staring down the barrel of the Desert Eagle.
When Agent Smecker investigates the crime scene afterward, he finds a bullet in the dumpster, yet here you can see he misses the dumpster by a lot.
The brothers trade the two Desert Eagles to the weapons dealer so they can take guns.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE Black finish
Here we can see the .44 stamp on the other Russian's Desert Eagle Mark XIX. His has a chrome barrel and frame with a black slide.
Connor jumps on Ivan's partner and causes him to fire his Desert Eagle which leaves a second slug in the alley wall.
Ivan's partner tries to reach for his Desert Eagle before Murphy beats him to death.
The brothers trade the two Desert Eagles to the weapons dealer so they can take guns.

Glock 26

While summing up the shootout in front of the house, Agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) fires his Glock 26 pistol into the air, which is something a real FBI Agent would never do. Although, admittedly, Smecker isn't what someone would call "all there". Plus this might just be in his head, rather than actually taking place. (This seems likely since none of the cops look nearly startled enough to have witnessed an FBI agent firing his gun into the air in the middle of a suburb.) If you listen closely you can hear in the background an unintentional discharge called in over a police radio

Glock 26 - 9mm.
Smecker fires his Glock 26 into the air.
Smecker with his empty Glock 26.

Para-Ordnance P-14

Il Duce (Billy Connolly) wields a Para-Ordnance P-14 as one of his six guns during the shootout outside the house.

Para Ordnance P-14 - .45 ACP.
I1 Duce armed with an Taurus PT92, Para Ordnance P-14, Smith & Wesson Model 629, Smith & Wesson Model 686, Smith & Wesson 5906, and a Para Ordnance P-10.
Il Duce draws a Taurus PT92 and a Para-Ordnance P-14.
Il Duce wielding a Para-Ordnance P-14 in his right hand.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Snub

Il Duce (Billy Connolly) wields a Smith & Wesson Model 629 Snub as one of his six guns during the shootout outside the house. While originally thought to be a Model 66 revolver, the muzzle diameter of the gun is clearly larger than the 686 Snub in his right hand, ruling out the gun being a .357 Magnum.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Snub - .44 Magnum.
I1 Duce armed with an Taurus PT92, Para Ordnance P-14, Smith & Wesson Model 629, Smith & Wesson Model 686, Smith & Wesson 5906, and a Para Ordnance P-10.
A Smith & Wesson Model 629 Snub is seen in Il Duce's left holster.
Il Duce firing his revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 Snub

Il Duce (Billy Connolly) wields a Smith & Wesson Model 686 with a 3" barrel as one of his six guns during the shootout outside the house. A thug in Papa Joe Yakavetta's (Carlo Rota) house is also seen using one.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 w/ 3" barrel - .357 Magnum.
I1 Duce armed with an Taurus PT92, Para Ordnance P-14, Smith & Wesson Model 629, Smith & Wesson Model 686, Smith & Wesson 5906, and a Para Ordnance P-10.
A Smith & Wesson Model 686 snub is seen in Il Duce's right holster.
Il Duce firing his revolvers.
A thug with a Smith & Wesson Model 686 snub.

Para-Ordnance P-10

Il Duce (Billy Connolly) uses a Para-Ordnance P-10 as one of his six guns during the shootout outside the house.

Para-Ordnance P-10 - .45 ACP.
I1 Duce armed with an Taurus PT92, Para Ordnance P-14, Smith & Wesson Model 629, Smith & Wesson Model 686, Smith & Wesson 5906, and a Para ordnance P-10.
A Para-Ordnance P-10 is seen on Il Duce's top right holster.
Il Duce fires a Para-Ordnance P-10 along with a Smith & Wesson 5906.

Smith & Wesson 5906

Il Duce (Billy Connolly) uses a Smith & Wesson 5906 as one of his six guns during the shootout outside the house. A thug during the poker game is also seen using one.

Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9mm.
I1 Duce armed with an Taurus PT92, Para Ordnance P-14, Smith & Wesson Model 629, Smith & Wesson Model 686, Smith & Wesson 5906, and a Para ordnance P-10.
A thug dives under the pool table armed with a Smith & Wesson 5906.
Il Duce fires a Smith & Wesson 5906 along with a Para-Ordnance P-10.
Il Duce fires his 5906.

Beretta 92FS Inox

A Beretta 92FS Inox with a muzzle brake is seen on a wall in the dealer's armory.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9mm.
A Beretta 92FS Inox is seen on a wall in the armory.


Walther P5 Compact

Agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) uses a Walther P5 Compact fitted with a suppressor while dressed in drag to kill men in Papa Joe Yakavetta's (Carlo Rota) house in an attempt to save the brothers. It features gold plated parts and could possibly be the same gun used by Claire Danes used in Romeo + Juliet.

Walther P5 Compact - 9mm.
Smecker pulls the Walther P5 Compact from his purse to kill the man in the bathroom.
Smecker walks up to his dead body.
Women's clothing isn't particularly flattering on Dafoe, is it? Could've fooled me.
Smecker searching the house with his P5 Compact at the ready.
Note the gold plated parts.

Custom M1911A1

Papa Joe Yakavetta's (Carlo Rota) henchmen are seen with Custom M1911A1 pistols in their shoulder holsters. Both of the brothers are seen drawing them on Il Duce when he confronts them in the house.

Nickel-plated Rock Island Armory M1911A1 w/ pearl grips - .45 ACP
A custom M1911A1 with gold plated parts and a muzzle brake is seen in the dealer's armory (not the same gun as mentioned above, but still a custom 1911).
Murphy with one of these M1911A1s in a shoulder holster, taken from one of Yakavetta's thugs.
Murphy and Connor pointing their M1911A1s at Il Duce, in an obvious nod to John Travolta and Samuel l. Jackson's iconic pose in Pulp Fiction.

Commander 1911

A Commander sized M1911 pistol is seen in the hands of one of the nine thugs during the brother's first mission.

Colt Commander - .45 ACP.
One of the thugs tries to produce a Commander sized 1911 before being gunned down.

Glock 17

Several Glock 17s are seen in the dealer's armory and several thugs use them in the film. They are also the sidearms of the Boston City Police Department.

Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9mm.
A whole row of Glocks (and one singled out above) are seen on a wall in the armory.
A thug tries to draw a Glock before being shot by the brothers.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Det. Greenly (Bob Marley) has what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 19 with aftermarket grips in his shoulder holster, which isn't seen clearly in the widescreen version of the film, so a full screen shot is used.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose - .357 Magnum.
Detective Greenly leans back in his chair and his Smith & Wesson Model 19 is seen.

Taurus PT92C

An ornate Taurus PT92C is seen on a wall in the armory.

Taurus PT92CS - 9mm.
An ornate Taurus PT92C on the armory wall.

Heckler & Koch P7M8

A Heckler & Koch P7M8 is seen in the armory.

Heckler & Koch P7M8 - 9mm.
A Heckler & Koch P7M8 circled in red.

SIG-Sauer P228

A SIG-Sauer P228 is seen in the armory.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9mm.
A SIG P228 circled in red.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 (Snub)

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 66 snub nose revolver with a spurred hammer is seen in the armory. Another SW with different grips is also seen.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose with Pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
The snub nose revolver circled in red.

Smith & Wesson Model 66

What appears to be a different Smith & Wesson Model 66 with aftermarket grips is also seen.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
The revolver circled in red.

Shotguns

Franchi PA3/215

Il Duce (Billy Connolly) uses a Franchi PA3/215 with the stock removed during the final scene in the courthouse when he and the brothers execute Papa Joe Yakavetta (Carlo Rota).

Franchi PA3/215 - 12 Gauge.
Il Duce holds back the people in the courthouse with his Franchi PA3/215. Instead of using a folding stock, he attaches a sling to it so he can hide it under his arm or push forward and use the sling to steady the gun.
A better shot of the Franchi PA3/215.
Il Duce holds his PA3/215 to Yakavetta's head as they say their prayer.

Mossberg 500 variants

As the prison guards escort Il Duce (Billy Connolly) out of prison for his parole, many of the guards are armed with Mossberg 500AT shotguns, while one of the guards has a Mossberg 500 with an extended magazine tube and a pistol grip.

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge. Note the wood furniture.
Guards pump their Mossberg 500AT shotguns in unison.
A guard holds his 500AT on Il Duce.
Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
A guard holds an extended magazine tube Mossberg 500 on Il Duce.
The guard to the right points his pistol gripped Mossberg 500 with an extended magazine tube.

Remington 870

One of the prison guards is seen armed with a Remington 870 shotgun.

Remington 870 - 12 Gauge.
A prison guard with a Remington 870.

Stevens 67

One of the prison guards is seen using a Stevens 67 shotgun while escorting Il Duce from prison.

Savage/Springfield Model 67, a license built version of the Stevens 67 riot configuration - 12 gauge.
A guard holds his Stevens 67 12 Gauge on Il Duce.

Mossberg 590

Several Mossberg 590s are seen in the armory.

Mossberg 590 - 12 Gauge.
Several Mossberg 590s circled in red.

Submachine Guns And Machine Pistols

Heckler & Koch MP5A5

Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) picks up and examines a Heckler & Koch MP5A5 in the dealers armory.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9mm.
Connor does an "HK-slap" to the locked bolt handle on the MP5A5.
Here's a better shot showing how it has a Surefire tactical light dedicated forend and a muzzle brake.
When he puts it back on the wall you can see the four-option firing selector.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

Two fixed stock Heckler & Koch MP5A2s are seen on a wall in the armory, one with a Surefire tactical light dedicated forend.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire dedicated forend - 9mm.
Two Heckler & Koch MP5A2s circled in red. The bottom one appears to have a Navy trigger group, or is possibly an A4.

Ingram MAC-10

An Ingram MAC-10 fitted with a suppressor is seen in the armory.

Ingram MAC-10 - .45 ACP.
The MAC-10 with suppressor circled in red.

MAC-11

A MAC-11 is seen on a wall in the armory.

RPB Industries MAC-11 - .380 ACP.
The MAC-11 circled in red.


Mini Uzi

A Mini Uzi is seen in the armory.

Mini Uzi - 9mm.
A Mini Uzi circled in red.

Micro Uzi

A Micro Uzi with a folding stock is seen in the armory.

Micro Uzi - 9mm.
A Micro Uzi circled in red.

Heckler & Koch HK53

A Heckler & Koch HK53 is seen in the armory.

Heckler & Koch HK53 - 5.56x45mm.
A Heckler & Koch HK53 circled in red.

Skorpion SA Vz 61

Two Skorpion SA Vz 61s are seen in the armory.

Skorpion SA Vz 61 - .32 ACP.
Skorpion SA circled in red.
Another Skorpion SA.

Sterling-Patchett MK 5 Submachine Gun

A Sterling-Patchett MK V Submachine Gun with Integral Suppressor is seen in the armory.

Sterling Patchett Suppressed version - 9mm
A Sterling Patchett Submachine Gun circled in red.

Rifles

Ruger Mini-14

A prison guard is seen armed with a Ruger Mini-14 with Choate folding stock when Il Duce is escorted from prison.

Ruger Mini-14 GB in an Aftermarket Choate Folding Stock - 5.56x45mm.
A prison guard armed with a Ruger Mini-14.

FN FNC

An FN FNC is seen in the armory.

FN FNC - 5.56x45mm.
An FN FNC circled in red.

AKMS

An AKMS is seen in the armory.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm.
An AKMS circled in red.

AKMSU

An AKMSU is seen in the armory.

AKMSU Krinkov - 7.62x39mm. This is a blank adapted full auto transferable AKM (7.62x39mm) pistol that was converted into a Krinkov via parts kit.
An AKMSU circled in red.

L1A1 SLR

An L1A1 SLR is seen in the armory.

L1A1 SLR - 7.62x51mm NATO.
An L1A1 SLR circled in red.

M4A1 + M203

An M4A1 Carbine fitted with an M203 grenade launcher is seen in the armory.

M4A1 - 5.56x45mm fitted with M203 grenade launcher - 40mm.
M4A1 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher circled in red.

M16A1 + M203

An M16A1 rifle fitted with an M203 grenade launcher is seen in the armory.

M16A1 - 5.56x45mm fitted with an M203 grenade launcher - 40mm.
An M16A1 fitted with an M203 circled in red.

FAMAS-F1

A FAMAS-F1 is seen in the armory.

FAMAS-F1 - 5.56x45mm.
FAMAS-F1 circled in red.

Heckler & Koch G3

An unknown Heckler & Koch G3 variant is seen in the armory.

Heckler & Koch HK91 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
An unknown G3 variant circled in red. Note abnormally wide pistol grip.

IMI Galil AR

An IMI Galil AR is seen in the armory.

IMI Galil AR - 5.56x45mm.
IMI Galil AR circled in red.

Sniper Rifles

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police

Murphy (Norman Reedus) picks up an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police or (AWP) while checking out the weapons in the dealer's armory.

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Police - 7.62x51mm NATO.
Murphy works the bolt on the AWP.
Murphy aims down the AWP.

Heckler & Koch PSG-1

A Heckler & Koch PSG-1 is seen in the armory.

Heckler & Koch PSG-1 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A Heckler & Koch PSG-1 circled in red.

SVD Dragunov

An SVD Dragunov is seen in the armory.

SVD Dragunov - 7.62x54mm Rimmed.
An SVD Dragunov circled in red.

Savage Model 111

What appears to be a Savage Model 111 is seen in the armory.

A Savage Model 111 circled in red.

Other

DShK Heavy Machine Gun

Murphy (Norman Reedus) checks out a DShK Heavy Machine Gun in the dealer's armory.

DShK HMG - 12.7x109mm.
A DShK in the middle of the armory room.
Murphy (Norman Reedus) checks out the DShK.

M79 Grenade Launcher

An M79 grenade launcher is seen in the armory.

M79 grenade launcher - 40mm.
M79 grenade launcher circled in red.

RPG-7

An RPG-7 is seen in the armory.

RPG-7 - 70mm.
An RPG-7 circled in red.


M136 AT4 Launcher

An M136 AT4 Launcher is seen sitting on the ground near the back wall of the armory.

M136 AT4 Launcher - 84mm
An M136 AT4 Launcher sits on the floor - circled in red.


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